Дочерние ложи Великой ложи Германии "Бней-Брит"
- Affiliated Lodges of the German Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith
- Dochernie lozhi velikoi lozhi Germanii evreiskogo ordena "Bnei-Brit"
The collection's contents are described in two inventories. In them, documents are catalogued by type. The collection features an accumulation of documents of affiliated lodges of the German Grand Lodge of the Order of B'nai B'rith in 36 German cities, including East Prussia (in Allenstein/Osterode), Abraham Geiger (Berlin), Berthold Auerbach (Berlin), Gabirol (Berlin), Montefiore (Berlin), Spinoza (Berlin), Julius Fenchel (Berlin), Leopold Zunz (Braunschweig), Lessing (Berlin), Nehemia Nobel (Naumburg), Leibniz (Hannover), Zion (Hannover), Friedrich (Heidelberg), Silesia (Berlin), Moritz Lazarus (Gottingen), Hillel (Hildesheim), Fraternitas (Dresden), Düsseldorf, Karl Friedrich (Karlsruhe), Rhineland (Cologne), Maccabi (Konstanz), Kant (Koenigsberg), Elias Grünbaum (Landau), Silesia (Liegnitz), Mendelssohn (Magdeburg), August Lamais (Mannheim), Munich, Humboldt (Neisse), Jakob Plaut (Nordhausen), Jakob Herz (Nuremberg), Amititia (Posen), Zaeringer (Pforzheim), Saar (Saarbrücken), Gabriel Riesser (Trier), Mosel (Trier), Frankfurt, Hardenberg (Frankfurt am Oder), Breisgau (Freiburg), Pomerania (Stargard), Allemania (Stettin), Stuttgart, Thuringia (Eisenach), Bergische Loge (Elberfeld), Menorah (Elbing), Glückauf (Essen), Julius Binn (Eschwege), Leipzig, Munich, and Jeremiah (Stolp). The collection contains lodge charters, minutes of meetings, lodge members' personal files, applications for lodge membership, biographical information on lodge members, lodge circulars and reports on their activities, lists, financial statements, and related materials. There is also correspondence between lodges, lodge leaders, and rank-and-file members.
Nazi-Looted Jewish Archives in Moscow. A guide to Jewish Historical and Cultural Collections in the Russian State Military Archive, ed. by D. E. Fishman, M. Kupovetsky, V. Kuzelenkov, Scranton - London 2010.
Microfilms are held by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives.
Entry selected by Krzysztof Tyszka from the book “Nazi-Looted Jewish Archives in Moscow. A guide to Jewish Historical and Cultural Collections in the Russian State Military Archive”, ed. by D. E. Fishman, M. Kupovetsky, V. Kuzelenkov
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